This week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons features a Los Feliz apartment with a view of Griffith Observatory, a Windsor Square unit in a French chateau complex, and more, all renting for around $2,800.
Plans filed with the city call for converting a six-story medical building off Western Avenue and Adams Boulevard into a housing complex with 60 units and a rooftop bar and restaurant that would operate until 2 a.m.
The three-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow for sale here still has lots of original elements (even an inglenook next to the fireplace!). But it has swapped in modern elements in the kitchen and bathroom.
With a color palette of white, black, cool gray blue, plus orange accents, this 1958 house on a spacious lot near the Expo Line is certainly eye-catching. The house has multiple patios and a wood-burning fireplace.
This 1910 Craftsman has been majorly renovated, with new flooring, plumbing, electrical, and light fixtures. Appliances, however, are not included. In addition to the main house, there's also a second structure with two separate units.
The four-bedroom home was designed in 1922 by master architect Henry Harwood Hewitt, and reportedly built with the illustrious John Byers as adobe contractor. Features include beamed ceilings, wrought iron fixtures, and arched windows and doorways.